Says Millions In Copyright Data Was Sold For $759.00

A federal board violated the Copyright Act by selling millions of dollars’ worth of commercial data for $759, says a Calgary businessman. The Canada-Newfoundland & Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board is accused of selling material from Canada’s largest private collection of marine seismic maps: “It is perverse”.

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